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Wearable Devices Explored to Detect Emotional States

Rose Faghih

An engineering lab in Houston, Texas is developing techniques for assessing a person’s mental state by measuring changes in the skin’s chemistry using sensors worn on the wrist. . . . → Read More: Wearable Devices Explored to Detect Emotional States

Trial Testing Radio Waves to Clear Nasal Blockages

Bradley Otto

A small-scale clinical trial is recruiting participants to test radio signals for clearing nasal passages obstructed by deformed soft tissue, instead of drugs or surgery used today in many cases. . . . → Read More: Trial Testing Radio Waves to Clear Nasal Blockages

Mobile App Helps Screen for Substance Abuse

SBIRT tablet app

A mobile app written for computer tablets was designed by a New York medical center to help clinicians screen patients for signs of addiction or substance abuse, and refer individuals for treatment. . . . → Read More: Mobile App Helps Screen for Substance Abuse

University, Industry Labs Partner on Bioprinted Tissue

lung illustration

A joint project between Indiana University and the company Lung Biotechnology is investigating three-dimensional bioprinting to produce animal tissue for research on organ transplantation, and eventually for transplants themselves. . . . → Read More: University, Industry Labs Partner on Bioprinted Tissue

Computer-Designed Heart Valves Operate Over Long Term

Engineered heart valve

A European research team designed customized heart valves with computer models, which when tested in sheep continued to perform in most cases for a year following implantation. . . . → Read More: Computer-Designed Heart Valves Operate Over Long Term

3-D Models Devised to Simulate Patients’ Tumors

Gioeli lab group

A university lab is teaming up with a local biotechnology company to develop realistic models of tumors from individual cancer patients, enabling more personalized treatment options. . . . → Read More: 3-D Models Devised to Simulate Patients’ Tumors

Virtual Reality Harnessed for Stroke Rehab

Peii Chen

A rehabilitation research foundation and company specializing in immersive technologies are applying virtual reality to help treat spacial neglect, a common cognitive disability associated with stroke. . . . → Read More: Virtual Reality Harnessed for Stroke Rehab

Students Write App to Operate, Enhance Exoskeleton

Operating Mobile Maestro

A group of computer science students at Michigan State University designed a smartphone app to operate a robotic-arm exoskeleton for individuals with disabilities. . . . → Read More: Students Write App to Operate, Enhance Exoskeleton

Trial Testing Nerve Stimulation for Stroke Rehab

Device and vagus nerve position

A clinical trial is recruiting participants to test an implanted device that electronically stimulates a key nerve pathway for restoring use of a person’s arm after suffering a stroke. . . . → Read More: Trial Testing Nerve Stimulation for Stroke Rehab

Fitness Trackers Seen Feasible for Cancer Patients

Arjun Gupta and Muhammad Beg

Activity tracking devices, used by athletes and ordinary persons to track their fitness, are shown in a pilot test to successfully monitor physical activity of older cancer patients for periods of 10 weeks or more. . . . → Read More: Fitness Trackers Seen Feasible for Cancer Patients